Even before the special session that potentially resolved a years-long lawsuit over K-12 education funding, Arizona lawmakers’ spending on schools was the talk of the summer.Read More »
The League of Arizona Cities and Towns has revoked its Champion of the Cities award from Republican ...
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A group representing municipalities has conferred on Rep. Paul Boyer, R-Phoenix, the tile of “champi...
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An Arizona lawmaker indicted on food stamp fraud charges is scheduled to stand trial in November. ...
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Property owners can now remove unauthorized donation bins from their land without fear of losing a l...
Of the hundreds of bills introduced by Arizona legislators in 2015, a few stood out above the rest – as odder, more controversial, resoundingly supported or panned by seemingly the entire state.Read More »
Opposition is building to a measure that slid through the Legislature that asks voters to approve a plan to tap a trust account to boost education funding.Read More »
Republican Rep. Anthony Kern of Glendale is reviving a years-running controversial measure to ban volunteers from collecting voters’ early ballots and delivering them to elections officials.Read More »
In her new role as head of the Senate Education Committee, Sen Sylvia Allen said she wants to use “every committee meeting” to put a spotlight on the successes of Arizona schools.Read More »
The commission that recommends salaries for lawmakers, executive officials and judges is hoping members of Arizona’s judiciary won’t have to go a full decade without a pay raise.Read More »
In gains reminiscent of the good times before the recession, state revenues took in $84.4 million more last month than what was assumed when legislators approved the budget earlier this year.Read More »
Arizona’s conservative Legislature will have an opportunity, however unlikely, to follow in the steps of neighboring Democratic states and adopt measures to automatically register new voters.Read More »
Theranos, a blood testing company and lab that operates in 40 different Walgreens around the Valley, has been scrutinized for its proprietary technology and methods. But that does not mean the Arizona law that allows patients to obtain blood tests and results without prior review by a doctor – a law that Theranos helped author – is in jeopardy.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers voted to rebuke the Department of Child Safety on Tuesday afternoon, a striking statement against an agency that has struggled to impress the legislators who created it over a year ago.Read More »